On April 28, 1945, nearly 2,000 concentration camp survivors arrived by boat in the harbor of Malmö, Sweden. It was the prisoners’ first taste of freedom, and their expressions of relief and anxiety were caught on camera and then kept in an archive. 70 years later, filmmaker Magnus Gertten has tried to track down the identities of the people in this footage. He travels around the world, from Toronto to Tel Aviv, to meet several of the survivors, who watch the film and try to recall their experiences on this life-changing day. Every Face Has a Name is an endlessly compelling glimpse into the past that will be hard to forget, a deeply moving film, surprising and even revelatory, given the migrant crisis in today’s Europe.
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- Please note that as a registered non-profit society, anyone over 18 years of age attending one of our screenings is required to be a member of our society for us to retain our non-profit status.
- Please present your VJFC membership at every screening.
Festivals and Awards
- Political Film Award – Hamburg Film Festival
- Church of Sweden Award – Goteborg Film Festival
|Language||English, Swedish, Polish, Norwegian w/ English subtitles|